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Author(s): Catie Cadge Moore
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Author(s): Ann Stabolepszy
Dancing With the World Part 1: The Mediterranean, West Africa and The New World explains the forces that shaped these international dance forms.
Beginning with an in depth history of the dance found in the civilizations around the Mediterranean Sea, the book explores:
Author(s): Jocelyn Motter
Editing: The Art of Digital Storytelling is a short, picture filled book about how to use the AVID software, step by step.
Editing: The Art of Digital Storytelling won’t teach students how to edit for editing is storytelling and that takes years of practice. But this book will help students tame the beast that is AVID, and in doing so, help them to understand the technical side of editing.
Author(s): Polli Chambers-Salazar
Essential Piano Techniques: A Guide to Practice and Performance
focuses on developing the skills essential to a successful pianist: one’s
physical approach to the instrument; effective practice techniques; tools for
mastering sight reading; and a thorough approach to memorization. It acts as a
supplement to repertoire to be used by college level piano classes, students
taking individual lessons, or pianists studying on their own.
Essential Piano Techniques includes:
By its nature, dance seeks to defy confinement and boundaries, exploring pure movement, ritual, lifestyle, communication, tradition, self-expression, or high art. Traversing time, culture, and aesthetics, dance is not like a mathematical problem or a theory in science. You cannot always prove or disprove its usefulness or validity.